6 edition of War nurses found in the catalog.
Traces the history of organized military nursing during wartime, from its beginnings during the Civil War to the recent conflict in Vietnam.
|Statement||by Shaaron Cosner.|
|LC Classifications||UH490 .C67 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||106|
|ISBN 10||0802768261, 0802768288|
|LC Control Number||88014245|
Remember, in pre-war days, that soldier lad would’ve been cared for at home by his mother or sister. Thus, a woman’s presence at the bedside of a sick soldier was reassuring and comforting. Clara Barton. Various Roles and Location of “Nursing” Clara Barton is probably one of the best known Civil War ://gazettecom//08/21/nurses-of-the-american-civil-war-an-overview. During the Vietnam War, many nurses were deployed to Southeast Asia. They worked at all of the major Army hospitals in the area. Because men were allowed into the Army Nurse Corps beginning in , Vietnam was the first war in which there was a major deployment of male nurses. War-Torn Heart: The Vietnam Veterans of America looks at a book
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The War Nurses is a fictional account based on two real life heroes Mairi and Elsie (Gypsy) serving on the front line during World War I at a time when women were not allowed to serve but an exception was made for the two :// This book is a fictional account of the lives of Red Cross nurses who were caught in the Philippines during the Japanese invasion.
They were taken into the Army and served until the end of the war. Some were evacuated from Bataan, but some were not able to leave and were subsequently taken prisoner by the Japanese and sent to Santo Tomas camp › Kindle Store › Kindle eBooks › Literature & Fiction.
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As war takes its toll, the love and care of two brave young nurses will become War nurses book to the wounded soldiers they tend. A gritty, emotional read for fans of Nadine Dorries, Rosie Goodwin and A Shilling for a Wife. – Two young nurses pledge to help the war effort: Mairi, a wholesome idealist hoping to leave behind her past and Elsie, a glamorous single mother with a weakness for I have the first book on my kindle- so I'm keen to read that now.
Daisy is back in the UK after a tragic spell in India where she suffered lots of mishaps and then lost her husband. She's working as a nurse and the story gives great details about life in London during the war years, life in the nurses home at this time and her past and present The War Nurses is a fascinating read for anyone interested in the social history of the first world war or the changing role of women in Edwardian Britain.
Read more. 6 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Booklover BEV. out of 5 stars Inspired me from the :// Pat Parker was a young British nurse from Doville, a quiet village near London.
When her town came under Nazi bombardment, she was able to use her skills to help the wounded children. Shortly afterwords, she overhears Nazi agents plotting an attack againist the British navy. Angered by what happened to her village and eager to prevent any further devastation, she decided to take matters into This book is week on details of war, a short story that is over before it has began.
having read other nurse and war story books this one is more about friendship and love not day to day struggles. Read more. One person found this helpful.
Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Rosalettia › Children's Books › Literature & Fiction › Historical. Nurses in War embodies the core values of each of the military services and is a personal testament to the integrity, excellence, selflessness, devotion to duty, courage, and commitment that exemplifies military nursing This book should be in every nurse's personal library.
It has a well-deserved place of honor in my own nursing literature During World War II, nea nurses served in the Army Nurse Corps. These nurses were out on the front lines assisting with the dead and wounded. Never before were women so close to combat as during the Second World War.
The Army Medical Department set up the "chain of evacuation" plan during the course of the war, which meant that nurses /united-states-history/women-in-u-s-history/nurses-in-wartime. Book Reviews & Awards “An important contribution to the existing literature about the experiences of American Military nurses during the Vietnam War.
They speak of caring for causalities during a war filled with controversy, pain and suffering, as well as patriotism this book is rated four stars”— Military Bookshelf Diane Carlson Evans, a Vietnam nurse whose brainchild was the Vietnam Women’s Memorial in Washington, D.C., is noted for her perseverance.
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The story of their friendships and the suffering of the many soldiers they nursed makes a great :// Before the Civil War, most nurses in the United States were male.
Women in the U.S. knew of Florence Nightingale, a British nurse who successfully served on the battlefield, but social taboos prevented well-to-do women from working outside the home.
A "working woman" was an object of pity or scorn in Victorian :// North Dakota Nurses Over There “In the First World War women from North Dakota served as US Army and Red Cross registered nurses.
Tender stories of the care of wounded and dying US soldiers and the near impossible demands of dealing with the influenza epidemic are described in this This book is the story of Mairi who is only 18 and joins the war nurses on the front in Belgium and becomes friends with Elsie who is different from her in every way.
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